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TITE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 15, 100G.
BASKET OF CATS IN COURT
Telinei Exhibited bj Woman to EUprors
Cruelty Oh tree Atraisit Her Bon.
LAD GOES TO DETENTION HOME ANYWAY
Il la Paid to flare Inlted Kllltn'
Tails aad IIaa Then Over
tire to Fight aad
A bsskt full of playful kittens created
ome diversion In Juvenile court Saturday
morning. They were carried Into the court
room on the arm of Mra. Palmer, whose
on Luther waa charged by the humane
society with maltreating cats, dog-s, chick
ena and other living things. Mrs. Palmer
exhibited the kittens as evidence that they
had not been treated cruelly.
Superintendent Ellison of the Humane
society aald, according to the story of
neighbors, little Luther's favorite diversion
waa tying the tails of two cats together,
Klllarney style, and holding the cata over
a slow fire to watch the hair singe. He
also charged the boy with maltreating
chickens and playing havoc generally In
the neighborhood. When she heard the
charges against the boy Mrs. Palmer rose
and clasping her hands, extended them
toward heaven. "My dear Lord, help me,"
she exclaimed, and then she hysterically
recounted all the mean things her neigh
bors had done to her In the last year
Judge Sutton decided to send the boy
to the detention school for a week, after
which he will take up the case again.
During the rest of the session of court
the kittens played together on top of one
of the radiators.
Father Beats Ills Boy.
Alfred Hoagland was before the court
charged by Mrs. Hoagland and two or
throe neighbors with beating his young
son with his fist and choking him. While
the women were telling their side of the
story Mr. Hoagkind flew Into a frenxy
of rage and pounded the table with, Ms
fists until Judgo Sutton threatened to
send him to jail. The boy was allowed
to return until another, complaint waa
Probation Officer "Mogy" Bernstein and
Assistant Carver had a wild chase Friday
night after Clifford Baldwin, a boy
charged with burglary. They located tho
lad In the Mercer pond swimming near
Forty-second and Izard streets. Baldwin
saw them coming, and without waiting
even to get a barrel he darted through
the weeds In a break for liberty. The two
ffflcers followed htm to Fiftieth and Cum
ing streets, where he darted Into some
high grass and disappeared as completely
as If he had been swallowed up. They
went to his home and waited for him, but
he did not return. They got possession
of his clothing which was on the bank
of the pond, but could not locate the boy.
During the chase Mr. Carver, who is
rather a heavy man, fell In trying to vault
a fence and bumped his head on the
I give out energy; but If only a little work
required, and If the flam per is closed.
the addition of coal beyond the normal re
quirement Is not only of no service, but
i an evil.
It Is the same with the humsn mechan
ism. An active boy or man engaged In
ard work can take an almost unlimited
mount of sweets and starchy foods so
long as he dnrs not restrict the amount of
proteld food meats and leguminous vege
tables), not only without harm, but with
benefit. Women and men engaged In
sedentary pursuits will eat much candy at
There Is no doubt that too much of It
eaten. It Is taken at the end of a
dinner composed largely of potatoes, rice,
bread and other starchy foods which the
digestive Juices turn Into sugar, or nibbled
between meals, and In this way altogether
too much sugar Is taken for the needs
of the body. The result Is a clogged liver,
resulting In biliousness and gall stones. In
gouty symptoms, and even In diabetes; di
gestion Is Impaired, and the nitrogenous
elements are not assimilated, so that waste
It should be remembered that the cer
eals are composed almost entirely of
larch, which Is transformed In the body
Into sugar, and that those who live on
them, under the mistaken notion that meat
Is harmful, cannot eat candy as well with
out serious risk. Youth's Companion. ,
ITTLE GIRL PUTS OUT FIRE
Tarns Off Gasollae and Dashes Boeket
of Water on tho
Mary Welbner, 12-year-old daughter of
Harry Welbner, at 1507 Cuming street, dis
played rare presence of mind for a' child
when a gasoline stove ignited In her
mother's kitchen Saturday morning. The
Welbner family resides upstairs, and when
the mother discovered that the stove was
ablaze she ran outside and screamed for
elp. The daughter grasped the situation
by shutting off the gasoline and throwing
pall of water jver the stove. By the
time the fire department arrived the girl
had the fire out and was out looking for
her frightened mother. But for the girl's
good Judgment the stove would have ex
SLAKING A SUMMER THIRST
Fortano for Inventor of Sugarless
Why doesn't some shrewd Yankee with
an eye to the profits and a tongue to re
freshing taste produce a satisfactory non
Intoxicating drink? None of the hundreds
we have answers the purpose, because all
of them contain more sugar than a refresh
ing summer drink should have. To offset
the sugar some of the nonintoxlcants are
dosed with add. Lemonade, for example,
which la supposed to be a great thirst satla
fler, doesn't do much more than cool off the
drinker for a few moments, and the sugar
that is In it excites him to greater thirst.
This Is noticeable of all sweet drinks.'
On the other hand, the intoxicants, as a
rule, are served without sugar, and even
when whisky has sugar in it the wise old
drinkers look upon it with suspicion. What
is needed In the line of a satisfactory non
Intoxlcant Is a palatable bitter. Most of us
remember a home-brewed, beer which our
mothers used to make that was good to
the taste, but one never finds that on sale,
though It Is still made In many parts of
the country for homo use. That, however.
lacks the proper bitter, which Is, or should
be, an excitant ot the salivary glands, so
that when taken into tho mouth it would
take away that gummy feeling and make
the mouth fresh and keep it moist.
There are various vegetable bitters, such
as hopa, cinchona, gentian, quassia and
others, which might be utilised in the prep.
aratlon of a good nonlntoxicant which
would do the work of ordinary beer or ale
than which there are few better thirst
quenchers, although the alcohol in them
sets up a degree of heat which about off
sets the good effect. For years I have tried
to interest druggists with soda fountains
to Invent the right nonlntoxicant on the
bitter principle, and while they have ad
mitted Its need they have done nothing to
supply It. at least as far as I have known.
80 far nearly every nonlntoxicant has
aniaparllla base, and Just why is not ap
parent to me, unless arsaparllla'a reputa
tion as a blood purifier Is a good thing to
There are dosena of other flavoring ex
tracts quite as good in every way and some
much better, but the inventor of new drinks
ticks to the old things. Why don't the
temperance workers, instead of wearing
themselves out trying to stop tho sale of
Intoxicants direct their energies to the pro
duction of a nonlntoxicant which, though
not stimulating, will quench the thirst?
The long-felt want to be filled Is a bitter
at t cents a glass which is beer without the
alcohol. The man or woman who Invents it
will get a fortune, not to mention a wide
reputation as a public benefactor. New
A WORD TQ CANDY EATERS
Reasons Why Most People Eat Too
Much Sweets and tho Trouhlo
The articles of food which go to make
up the ordinary diet of mankind are of
two classes those which go to form the
framework of the body, the bone and the
muscle, and those which supply the fuel
by which the machine la run. Theae are.
roughly speaking, the meats and the
aweets. There Is still another class, allied
to the sweets, namely, the fata; but these
Deed not be considered here. They con
stltute a very useful lngredlnt in the
.diet, and are seldom taken in excess, ex
eept perhaps by persons who are them
selves too fat; but by the majority of
mankind they are taken In too small rather
than n too great amount It Is In regard
to the eating of candy that a word ot
caution la necessary.
If we lived only on meat, eggs and the
nonstarchy vegetables, such as peas, beans,
spinach and cabbage, the addition of candy
and sweets would be most commendable.
The body must have sugar in some form
In order to enable it to do Its woi; but
K should be remembered that sugar
the coal of the human machine, and every
engineer knows that too much coal will
1 vi pair the efficiency of his boiler. If the
engine Is working to Its utmost capacity
and the draughts are all open, almost any
amount of fuel will be consumed, and 'will
Wertx, Dentist, S04-5 Paxton block.
DIAMONDS Frenser, 15th and Dodge sts
A supreme test of friendship Is a loan.
Bewnre of the friendly advice of your
For shooting the "Is-lt-hot-enough-for-
you" fiends this Is the open season.
Things we would like to be thankful for
so seldom give us the opportunity.
There's nothing new under the sun ex
cept methods of distorting the truth.
Love and common sense but what has
love In common with sense, anyway?
Did you ever hear of a married man wast
ing any sympathy on an old bachelor?
People may applaud a kicker at the start.
but they feel like kicking him long before
Analyze the contents of your cup of
sorrow and more or less happiness will be
A woman never accuses a man of flattery
If he praises her for qualities she knows
she doesn't possess.
After enjoying a day's outing in the
country a woman Invariably keeps her bus-
band awake half the night telling him about
It. Chicago News.
Which, la Right f
The pronunciation of "Iowa" is causing
considerable discussion these days. At tbe
first annual banquet of the Iowa society
of New York an official pronunclamento
was Issued in , favor of "Io-way." The
matter, has been complicated, however, by
the various and picturesque methods em
ployed by senators who have frequent occa
sion to use the word these days. The stellar
parts played by Senators Allison and Dolll-
ver In the proceedings on the railroad rate
bill made reference to the "senator from
Iowa" frequent. Senator Tillman Invaria
bly calls the state "Eyeoway." Senator
Overman uses as his favorite "Eyeowa."
Senator Bailey's version Is the most musi
cal. He dwells on and emphasizes the
secor " syllable, the "o" long, thus: "I-o-wa."
DIAMONDS Edholm. lSth and Harney.
Men's, bors. children's clothing, hats.
ladles' suits, skirts, millinery, etc., cash or
credit. People's Store, 18th nd Farnam.
The following births and deaths-have
been reported to the Board of Health dur
ing the twenty-iour nours cnuing ai noon
Births James Shields, 1613 Spencer, boy;
James Trouba, 3012 Walnut, girl: Benjamin
F. Worrall, 2002 Bancroft, girl; William
Welxer. fiM Marcy, girl; Hana Hansen, 2611
South Thirteenth, girl: Henry J. Schmidt,
219 North Twenty-third, girl.
Deaths Helen Lyons, 3062 Mason, 11;
James W. Lewis, 2006 St. Mary's avenue,
71; Jamea Holmes, 1312 Jackson, 40; Mar-
ant jook, ISA Bourn inineemn. a monms;
rred Pane, 1117 Capitol avenue, 24; Kathar
ine Hutmaker, 7mj North TwentWourth,
44; Mary Anderson. 2919 Oak, S5. '
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. July M. WHEAT Spot.
nominal; futures, quiet; July. 6 7d Sep
tember, es 'ta; uecemDer. os mo.
CORN Spot, quiet; American mixed, old,
4s 9Hd; futures, quiet; July, 4s 74d; Sep
tember, 4s 7d.
An Elegant Ladies'
Ocr Special Leader
A very moderately priced, but lu
every respect excellent and satin
factory Ladles' Watch. Douf'.e.
hunting, solid gold filled case, pol
ished or engraved, as you wish,
with fine and guar
We can recommend this watch
for price, durability and general
excellence to everyone. Of course
we have far higher priced watches
If you desire something better and
Headquarters for watches.
AT THE SIGN OF TEE CROWN
Opposite Ronton Store
115 South 16 til St,
01 Slightly Damaged
Now going on. Over 2,000,000 rolls
of paper to select from. This stock
must be closed out at once.
Prices from 2c per roll up.
Odd rolls of fine gilt at lc per roil.
FREE CEILING PAPER
If you purchase the border 'and the
paper for the side walls of your rooms
from us we will give you free this
ceiling paper to match.
FREE estimates for painting and pa
, The lowest prices on all work. 'We
guarantee first class work in every re-
19 N: 121 h Phone Doug. 3618
ROBBERS KILL FIVE PEOPLE
North Carolina Han, Wife and Chil
dren Murdered by Parties
RALEIGH, N. C, July 14. A special
from Winston-Salem, N. C, to the Even
ins; Times says that Isaac Lyerly, his
wife and three youngest children were
murdered in their home one mile east of
Barber's Junction between 3 and 4 o'clock
this morning by unidentified parties, who
afterwards robbed the house and set fire
to the bed on which Mr. and Mrs. Lyerly
Two older daughters, who were sleeping
upstairs, were awakened and rushed down
Just In time to extinguish the flames and
save the home from destruction.
It Is thought that the robbers killed
their victims with clubs.
Mr. Lyerly was a wealthy -merchant and
farmer and tbe family was rerognlsed as
one of the best In that section. As soon
as the news of the murder and .robbery
was received here Deputy Sheriff Hutchin
son s was requested to go to the scene
with his bloodhounds. He left on a spe
Later a report was received that two
negroes had been arrested. One of these
Is quoted as saying a few days ago after
Mr. Lyerly had refused to allow him to
cut his wheat "that the old man may cut
his grain, but he'll never live to eat It."
Governor Glenn received a message
from the telegraph operator at Barber's
Junction today Informing him that Mr.
and Mrs. Lyerly and their three youngest
children had been murdered and appealing
to him for help. There were no blood
hounds, however, to be sent from the pen
itentiary here. The governor Issued a
proclamation offering a reward of 1350
for the arrest of the murderers.
for men and boysi
Just (x little clean up
to get shelf room.
in it for you."
Bej,iininj Monday Morning.
All the $2.50 Oxfords, in black, tan and
white canvas. Also high and medium
cut shoes, in-black and tan. This lot con
tains quite a sprinkling of $3.50 shoes. ..
high and low
Consists of $3.50 shoes
cut-in black and tan. This lot in
cludes some high cut Bootees
These are regular $5.00 shoes, consist
ing of Dunlaps and Dr. Reed's Cushion
Every shoe offered in this sale is a bargain all are
good shoes. Ve simply want to close them out and offer
you a genuine inducement to accomplish our purpose.
Regent SKoe Co.
205 South 15th Street
MUMimi mt 'in I m I I I. II I ! nmiM J .miii.hii"ii.miiiiiih,i hiiijui.i
fD fp Zmm
oca voosm soeCT
Minnie Lesh, to whom It was given by Its
mother. Relatives of the dead father of
the child feared -Its mother's-relativra were
about to take the elflld to Chicago tar place
It In an orphanage. Judge Button ajild If
they attempted to do this he would make
a subsequent order giving It to Its grandfather.
Struck with a Brick.
William Moore, a painter In the employ
of the Waller Slpn company, while hanging
a scaffold Saturday afternoon In front of
tho store of 8. Frederick Berger A Co.,
1617 Farnam street, was struck on the
head by a brick which waa knocked from
the top of the building. A severe scalp
wound was Inflicted. Mr. Moore waa at
once taken to the Omaha General hospital
and was attended by Dr. Power. His home
Is at 3218 Charles street. ,
Graadpareat Gets No Writ.
Judge Button Saturday morning refused
the writ of habeas corpus asked for by
Mathlaa Donnermeyer to enable him to get
possession of his granddaughter, Virginia
Donnermeyer. The court decided to allow
the child to remain In the custody of Miss
.. -i - . In Divorce Court,
Emma Pelllcan has begun suit for a -divorce
from Edward Pelllcan on the grounds
Sylvia Orllns wants a divorce from
Charles Orllns and the custody of . their
child. She snys he deserted her Imme
diately after their marriage and has not
supported her since.
Martha Dayman has begun suit for di
vorce from Frank Baymftn. whom she
charges with the excessive use of liquor
and extreme cruelty. She says he Is able
to make 1400 a month and she wants the
court to award her $100 a month alimony.
Edna Conrad has petitioned the district
court to set aside a decree of divorce se
cured by her husband, Harry Conrad, by
default. She saya after the case waa
started her husband sent her to Billings,
Mont., and told her he would Join her soon.
She says he also told her he Intended to
dismiss the divorce suit. She says his alle
gations are untrue and she wants a chance
to answer them. ,
The following marriage licenses have been
Name and "Residence.
John Peter Jantzen, Omaha
Metha Johannesen, Omaha
Frank Svoboda, Omaha
Rose Svoboda, Omaha
Otis J. Earl. Omaha
Lottie M. Carson. Omaha
Have Root print It.
The building department baa Issued the
following permits: Hastings & Heyden,
2,W frame dwelling at Fifteenth and Wirt.
t?,000 frame dwelling at Fifteenth and Bin
nev, two 11.250 frame dwellings at Twenty
ninth and Spring. $1,750 frame dwelling at
Twenty-second and Clark; Mrs. I. F. Dim
lck. $2,300 frame dwelling at Twenty-sixth
is sr , ii i i si s .;v.t:- n-jr
1 r V
I VE THE PEOPLE
WUAT TUCV WANT
lllini I Ileal I 11(111 l
AT THE RIGHT PRICE. P
and given something inferior for vour
money and to preserve tho coffee from
tb contamination and handling to which
loose grocery store coffee is exixsed.
We sell several hundred million
It Is a grocery wrong to deny the pnt
lie the right coffee at tho right price.
Tell your grocer plainly that you mus
have ArtrockleV ARIOSA Coftee, and i
he offers you a lubititute, or trie to sell
you his loose scoop coffee, send directly
to us. We tell von richt hero, in unmis
takable terms, that wo buv and sell more' justifies the rr.Tiiynient of the men most
coffee than any four other concerns in! skfUedloselectiog, bior; ding and roasting J
the world combined, that w.e drink! concees. we can art org uic. peel at tae
ARIOSA Coffee ourselves, with the bet
pounds of coffee a year, and our business
coffee in the world to choose from, and
that ARIOSA Coffee is the grentet
coffee value in the world for the money.
Isn't that straight talk? Aooibar
We are the same old firm, not a cor.
poration or stock company, but the same
old firm that introduced ARIOSA
Coffee thirty-seven years ago; and whe
sales f ARIOSA have grown to exceed
thoseof all the other packaged coffees n
tho United States combined, just because
i: is better coffee for the money than
f nybody else can sell. The flavor and
vrholesomenes cannot be matched in
any other coffee, nor be bought under
another name, or loose out of a bag, bin
or tin I
Do not let yourself be deceived by any
Imitation, but demand the genuine, which
is sold only in one-pound package,
sealed, to prevent your being deceived
smallest minimum ot f xpeasa, and the
aronia add flavor of our itVUWd roast is
preserved to you Intact, no matter where
you live, by the coating ot e'gs and
sugar that wo give tbe coffee after roast-,
ing. This ii tho original "mother's"
pruceu, patented by this firm. Were uur
business smaller than it is, we could not
afford to give such coffee for the price.
You can buy direct from us if your
grocer will not supply that is, you" can
buy ARIOSA Coffee but not furniture,
nor dishes, nor other commodities. We
give present, 'tis true, but for senti
ment, not for money. Wo witl send you
ten ;xunds of ARIOSA in a wood bos
from our nearcutt deot, transportation
paid to your itv-ihx station? Price will
be ft .So ; you can send express or postal
money order. Tho price fluctuates and
cannot be guaranteed for any period.
The $ i. So paya for both transportation
and coffee there will be nothing more
to pay. Tho coffee will be In the original
wrappers, bearing signature of Arbuckle
Bros. ten packages, ten signatures
which entitle you to presents. New book
of the ninety-seven presents in colors
free, if you write. Write for the book
anyway, and see what beautiful and use
ful presents we give.
Address our nearest office. Box Dept.
Tl WfMr Street, New York City.
100 inbuilt au Avenue, Chicago, IX
Liberty AvmiM aud Wood Birect, Pittsburgh, Pa.
411 Buuth oeveaia tiUeet, bu Louis, at a.
REFUSES TO SELLS
SVILL SEND YOU i
r - -
Misses1 and Children's
Tan -Shoes and
All our Misses' 52.25 tan but
ton shoes, sizes jPl
WVt to 2 1.JU
All Children's $1.75 tan button
shoes, sizes (J
84 to 11 I.-J
Misses' $2.50 Russia Calf Ox
fords, sizes PA
11 to 2 l.DXJ
Children's $1.75 Russia Calf
Oxfords, sizes IOC
8V6 to 11 1.43
200 pairs Women's Black and
Tan Oxfords, worth $2.50 up to
$4.00, broken Cfl
200 pairs Women's Shoes,
broken sizes, $3.50
to $5.00 values OC
300 pairs Misses' and Children's
Shoes, broken sizes of our best
makes narrow widths worth
up to $2.60, m
Misses1 and Children's
White Canvas But
We have taken all of our
misses' and children's white
canvas button shoes, genuine
welt soles, and marked them
$1.00 Per Pair
Misses sizes, HVi to 2.
Childs' sizes, 8 ft to 11.
All tan shoes and oxfords at
25 per cent discount.
We do not charge, exchange
or refund money on these shoes.
141$ Farnam St.
Try tho Want Ad
Columns of Too Bee
Great Water Damage Sale
THE RELIABLE STARE
Sale Ever Known
Not jusa clearance of a few odd lots, broken lines or goods
bought specially for the occasion, but a Clean-Sweep Sale of out
entire high grade clothing stock. Everything must go, regard
less. Not one garment is reserved.
MEN'S OUTING SUITS-
Worth up to $18.00; in this
sale, $10.00, $7.50,
MEN'S ODD COATS AND
In great variety of new stylc3
and materials, worth $7.50 and
$10.00, mostly sizes 34, 35 and
36; sale prices, $5.00, 1 7 C
$3.75 and fiD
MEN'S ODD PANTS-
Iri all newest materials and
patterns, values up to $3.50
at $1.95, $1.50 100
Our complete stock of higli
grade garments that sold reg
ularly up to $20.00 at $10.00,
$7.50, $5.00, $3.75
Money Saving Specials in our
Boys' and Youths' Clothing De
partment Monday. Don't miss
Hardware Department Bargains
10-quart fralvanized water
25c Garden Hoes
1-gallon tin measures
10-inch retlnned cake moulds,
Tin rimmed sleves-s-
Monday. . , ...r'
Large rellned preserving
Toilet paper three packages
Wire sink strainers,
No. 2 genuine Newhouse
traps, little rusty
No. 4 genuine Newhouse
traps, little rusty
12-quart gralnte pails
25c grass hooks 15c
Binding Twine, per lb . .10c
& ,N 11
Traveling rings, Suit Cases and
Japanese Matting Suit Cases this
mouth. Largest stock and greatest
range of prices in the west.
Ve are sole agents for the Barnnm
We carry everything In Traveling
Bags, Trunks nnd Sample Cases.
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY
Salesroom and Factory,
1200 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb.
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